New HIV Vaccine Research from Australia

New research on HIV antibodies could bring science closer to an HIV vaccine, report Australian researchers.  Professor Stephen Kent and colleagues at the University of Melbourne recently published their study, which demonstrated significant changes in HIV infection when antibodies were introduced. They hope that if these antibodies could be delivered prior to HIV infection, it could prove to be a successful vaccine.

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